The graduate certificate program in Web Services will provide information systems professionals and managers with the skills needed to understand, develop, analyze, and implement Web services within their company. Courses will explore how companies can use Web services to improve productivity and enhance their business; present case studies that describe how specific companies are employing Web services to integrate and improve communication within the company, with clients, and with company partners; delve into technical topics, including explanations of core Web services technologies and standards; explore various technologies for locating Web services on a network; identify tools and products that best fit Web service requirements; provide a detailed analysis of Web service security issues; and explore working examples of Web services and Web service clients built using the standards and tools discussed in the certificate program.
Students seeking the graduate certificate in Web services should hold a baccalaureate degree from an institution accredited by one of the regional accrediting agencies.
- Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills.
- Students will demonstrate the ability to solve problems related to the program content.
- Students will be able to explain the concepts and features necessary for successful Web Services development and deployment.
- Students will evaluate Web Services tools, platforms, vendors, and strategies.
- Students will design and build Web Services.
- Students will be able to document a Web Service application including both user and technical documentation.
The 18 credit hours required for the graduate certificate in web service include the following courses which must all be taken at Webster University:
|COAP 5000 Introduction to Web Services||3 hours|
|COAP 5010 Web Development Technologies||3 hours|
|COAP 5020 Principles of Data Exchange||3 hours|
|COAP 5030 Web Services Protocols||3 hours|
|COAP 5040 Databases in Web Services||3 hours|
|COAP 5050 Web Services Security||3 hours|
Students who are interested in applying to this degree program should see the Admission Section found in the front of this catalog for general requirements.
Send all admission materials to:
Office of Admission
470 E. Lockwood Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63119